After weeks of legal wrangling and physical altercations at the Jackson family home, steps are being taken to protect Katherine Jackson and grandkids Paris, Prince and Blanket Jackson.
Weitzman represents co-executors John Branca and John McClain, and reportedly sent the letter to Charles Schultz, T.J. Jackson's attorney.
The letter states, “Given the circumstances of the last two weeks, and in order to protect the children and Mrs. Jackson, the Executors believe that it would not be appropriate to allow the following individuals to enter the residence or its grounds and we instruct the security to preclude the following from entering the residence or the grounds: Randy Jackson and any of his children, Janet Jackson, Rebbie Jackson and any of her children, Jermaine Jackson, his wife and any of his children."
Janet and her siblings made attempts to collect Michael's kids last Monday, and a physical confrontation between Janet and Paris Jackson was captured on a surveillance camera.
Last week, a judge ordered that Katherine will share guardianship with grandson T.J. Jackson, but she will continue to oversee the estate and day-to-day well being of Michael's kids.
Over the weekend, Katherine and the three children attended a concert for the Jackson's Unity Tour, featuring brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon.
Jermaine, via his Twitter feed, said the bitter feud between the singing siblings was coming to a halt. “You all have families,” he tweeted. “Sometimes it gets complicated. Whatever happens, whatever is said, we are family, we are One, we will heal.”